What can I do if my wife wont let me take my son?
If you do not have a custody order or parenting plan in place and your spouse won’t let you see your kids, you need to go to court and get a custody agreement.
Can my wife take my son away from me?
Your wife can withhold the children from you, but withholding children from a parent is not an action that a court will like. It could work against her. If this happens, you will want to immediately file for a custody and visitation timeshare.
What rights does a wife have if her husband leaves?
When the individual leaves the marital home, he or she will expect a right to privacy. The same is true of the spouse that remains in the marital home. Once the individual leaves, he or she may not have a legal right to access the property if there was no upkeep or monetary payments provided for mortgage or rent.
Is it illegal for my wife to keep my kids from me?
You wife cannot keep you from your children. And any attempt by her to do so needs immediate attention. You have the right to share custody of the child or children with your wife during the divorce proceedings unless the courts have decided custody may not be shared.
If you already have a custody agreement in place, then your spouse must abide by the agreement. If you do not have a custody order or parenting plan in place and your spouse won’t let you see your kids, you need to go to court and get a custody agreement.
What to do when your ex won’t let you see your child?
What you want to do is take your ex to court to enforce the child custody order. If you can prove that he or she is intentionally withholding the children from you, the court will take action to enforce the court orders.
Are you still married if legally separated?
Separation means that you are living apart from your spouse, but you’re still legally married until you get a judgment of divorce from a court (even if you already have a judgment of separation).